Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Chris Wilson has a sense of humor

Why else would he proclaim ...as I've frequently spoken about publicly, compatibility with the current web ecosystem - not "breaking the Web" - is something we take very seriously. in his recent post?

They "break the Web" (as he so eloquenty fucking puts it) more and more with each release! Actually, this may explain why they rarely shit out a new version of IE. They want to break things less. So if they release less frequently, they break shit less frequently.

So in some fucked up sense of logic, they almost have carried through with their goals. Except, of course, for the giant pile of bullshit that line of reasoning sits on in order to work.

Really, they need to rip the fucking "JScript" out of IE and implement JavaScript. They have a long way to go to even get close to Mozilla's progress - to pick just one example of a browser kicking IE's bloated, diseased, and leaking ass when it comes to JavaScript support.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Hudin said...

I couldn't really figure out a way to email this to you, but I finally got sick of IE6 and decided to try and be a bit more forceful with end users by using the End 6! site that I set up. Nothing amazing, just an effort to get rid of this damnable browser that nearly half of internet users still use!

- Hudin

12:49 PM  
Blogger Ewar Woowar said...

Let it break! It would be a great way to distinguish the good developers from the bad ones!! Any attempts to get rid of IE will get my support!

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It really pisses me off, that fucking ie7 Does not comply to W3 standards.
I spend most of my time making adjustments for this FUCKED UP browser. in particular with flash sites or even simple javascript scripts.
It is my dream that Whoever the fuck is responsible for this incompatibility, is run down my a bus on there way to work.
This would save developers billions of extra work hours worldwide!

6:48 AM  

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